Shotgun Shell Lights

December 20th, 2008 in member junk     
tomatosisters tomatosisters, member
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I used casings from shotgun shells (after they had been used to shoot those poor innocent deer) to create a festive garland of lights. I drilled holes in the open end and used jute to tie the casing to each light. The shells come in many colors, I have found green, red, yellow, silver. They are super easy and go well with an outdoor themed room.


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - tomatosisters
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Comments (6)

Refinerii writes: That's funny : ) Posted: 9:36 am on December 22nd
tomatosisters writes: These casings are plastic, years ago I think they were made from a thick cardboard, but like many other things plastic has become the material of choice. The lights fit right inside and come thru very nice. Posted: 5:01 pm on December 21st
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style! I'm sure there are a lot of hunters out there that would really like your creativity with these.

Thanks for sharing and I look forward to seeing your posts!
Candy Posted: 3:42 pm on December 21st
georgiamoon writes: Well this certainly goes to show that anything can be beautiful used in the right way. Clever idea, can you actually see the lights coming through? I thought those things were pretty thick, so are the lights inside the tubes? Curiosity...It's what makes us junkers in the first place... I ask a lot of questions...Georgia
PS went on your blog site and I really liked your music! Posted: 2:17 pm on December 21st
roadtriplouise writes: It's amazing what we can use to create!
Ann Posted: 2:10 pm on December 21st
LuAnn writes: Cleaver idea and looks great. Welcome to the site.

LuAnn Posted: 8:27 am on December 21st
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